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some free socks? kavanaugh's nomination over unsubstantiated accusations and author of the >> lisa: what kind? i can put a word in. congressional harassment reform act to crack down on >> jesse: anything that shawvment on capitol hill. match as nice navy suit. that's it for for us. guess what politico reported this week a male staff in see you back here on monday. her office was making have a nice weekend, everybody. unwanted sexual advances and she stood with the harasser. she is a me too hypocrite. >> bret: a heinous and deadly attack on a pair of mosques in new zealand. >> bret: deer. winner and loser, josh? >> winner uva basketball. president trump condemns the violence and offers support to the country's prime minister as the country's top team in the country do critics blame a rising tied it the right way. coach tony bennett recruit of islamophobia and white players stay there all four nationalism on president trump. as young people around the years. learn and good academic world walk out of school over climate change we will records and imposing team in the tournament. loser is lori loughlin and examine how republicans are trying to weaponize out green new deal. felicity huffman the two and how the media seemed to have cralted the phenomenon celebrities at the heart of the college corruption scandal. the whole scandal speaks a known as beto mania. lot to how celebrities feel this is "special report." like college is as much a license as much as learning in school. >> bret: winner or loser? >> my windsor as you willy the service dog named after bret wreath good evening, welcome to washington i'm sully sullenberg who was also serving president bret baier. 49 people are dead after george h.w. bush he won the attacks on two mosques in
paw of courage award from christchurch, new zealand. a suspect is in custody. the american kennel club. he is said to have described and my loser is arrested his anti-immigrant motives must who iart must.cover dog apo in a manifesto. and in a 21st century twist, the gunman put the attacks live on social o'rourke it was a great spot. people noticed the dog media, streaming the video. seemed to be very sad. the massacre has sparked almost feeling trapped. some thought he might have worldwide condemnation of clinical depression. what many leaders call a or she. rising tide of racism and ardimus. sorry. we put a word out for all islamophobia with some those political dogs who are critics here in the u.s. already blaming president having to do work for their trump. owners there. we have fox team is at the white house as the president's >> bret: sad face. okay. thank you, panel. reaction. we start off though in when we come back, "notable london with senior foreign quotables." ♪ ♪ affairs correspondent greg palkot with the latest. this is not a bed, it's a revolution in sleep. good evening, greg. >> hi, bret. yes, along with those 49 killed it's now said that 87 people were injured in these attacks the attackers used five heavy duty weapons along with explosives. as new zealand and the world comes to grips with this far-right carnage. >> who are floor peaceful the sleep number 360 smart bed, from $999, new zealand, two mosques in
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on facebook and posted on another bird that looks exactly like him. twitter and other platforms. ya... he'll figure it out. used a body camera to show all the gory details. only pay for what you need. he posted his thinking, identifying himself as a ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ 28-year-old fascist. in manifesto he denounced immigrants, muslims, calling them invaders and he cited individuals, including president trump who he described as a symbol of new white identity and purpose. the apparent gunman was cornered and charged with murder. two other armed suspects were also caught. the police are investigating whether they are involved. none of the suspects were on terror watch lists. >> we have staff around the country ensuring that everyone is kept safe. and that includes armed defenders and special tactics groups right across the country. >> this as new zealand reels from biggest mass shooting ever. the country has liberal immigration policies. its people are in shock. >> this is one of new zealand's darkest days. clearly what has happened
here is an extraordinary and unprecedented act of violence. >> the suspected main gunman is now identified as an australian man. is he set to appear in court shortly as new zealand and the rest of the world, according to the new zealand prime minister has a bit of reflection about this act. bret? >> bret: greg, thank you. there are some trump critics who are trying to establish a link between the suspect's anti-immigrant views and the policies of president trump. driven each day to pursue bioplife-changing cures...ers. and the white house is pushing back. chief white house correspondent john roberts has that part of the story in a country built on fostering innovation. tonight. good evening, john. >> bret, good evening to you. president trump has said repeatedly he is not anti-immigrant. is he anti-illegal here, they find breakthroughs... immigration. still, the very fact that like a way to fight cancer by the killer mentioned the arming a patient's own t-cells... president in his writings was enough for some of and a new therapy that gives the blind a working gene mr. trump's critics to try to draw a connection. so they can see again. >> in the oval office today, because it's not just about the next breakthrough... surrounded by angel parents and law enforcement, it's all the ones after that. president trump said he called new zealand's prime minister and expressed
condolences for the horrible shooting. >> these sacred places of worship were turned into scenes of evil killing. you have all been seeing what went on. it's a horrible, horrible thing. i told the prime minister (gasp) that the united states is with them all the way. (singsong) budget meeting! sweet. 100 percent, whatever they need. if you compare last quarter to this quarter... various: mmm. we will be there. >> but some democrats took it's no wonder everything seems a little better note of the new zealand with the creamy taste of philly, killer's motivation and made with fresh milk and real cream. pointed fingers at entrepreneurship. >> wordpresident with the creamy taste of philly, trump. >> words have consequences like saying we have invasion steven could only imaginem 24hr to trenjoying a spicy taco.burn, at our border and talking about people as though they now, his world explodes with flavor. were different in some fatal nexium 24hr stops acid before it starts way. >> white house today scolded for all-day all-night protection. anyone who would make that connection. can you imagine 24-hours without heartburn? >> it's outrageous to then make that connection between this deranged individual that committed this evil crime to the president who has repeatedly condemned ♪ >> bret: bret finally bigotry and racism and made tonight it is friday that it very clear that this is a means "notable quotables." terrorist attack. >> there is no place in new >> the president also took zealand for such acts of heat for tweeting about the extreme and unprecedented so-called jexodus as the new violence. >> we have told those who zealand tragedy was disgrace the concept of
human dignity they will pay unfolding. the jexodus movement a price. >> the united states of encourages jewish people to america has no king and we leave the democratic party, never will. >> i intend to bring quote. total disrespect. impeachment to a vote. >> that's why we caucus. republicans are waiting with open arms. >> the cow is out of the >> it is a tremendous barn. crisis. >> president trump does [cow mooing] continue to insist there is >> we are going to be an invasion across the issuing an emergency order southern border which poses of prohibition to ground all a national security risk. flights of the 737 max 8 and which is why, for the first time, he used his veto pen to kill the resolution the 737 max 9. congress passed yesterday to >> order. block his emergency declaration. >> the story was me sort of >> we are on track for a million illegal aliens to doing a mom thing. >> they flaunted their rush our borders. people hate the word wealth sparing no expense to invasion, but that's what it is. >> the house is planning a cheat the system so they vote to override the veto on could set their children up for success with the best march 26th. throw it will likely fall education money could buy. short of the two thirds literally. >> i think it's really majority needed. the senate has no plans for important to capture kids an override vote. when they are in high the democrats say the law school. >> they can build a tinder allows them to bring it up again in six months. and find a date tonight to in a statement, senator find special person to have chuck schumer saying the a date in their life. president holds the rule of >> he has hand movement. i have never seen so much law and our constitution in hand movement. minimal regard. there is no emergency. i said is he crazy or is that just the way he acts. and there are new concerns >> mr. smollett enters a today about north korea and plea not guilty. >> i don't have a beef with this senate.
>> this budget has just sort its next mo. of an alice in wonderland north korean officials announcing kim jong un is document. >> trump is going to get the deciding whether to suspend money. >> and may we all be blessed talks with the united states by the luck of the irish. and resume nuclear and missile testing. that's a good thing, the luck of the irish. secretary of state mike >> bret: the luck of the pompeo insisting that would be a promise broken. irish. saint patrick's day this weekend. >> in hanoi on multiple happy saint patricks day to all of you there is a lot of occasions, he spoke directly irish or people who say they to the president. are irish out there. and made a commitment that have a great weekend. he would not resume nuclear thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. testing. that's it for this "special nor we resume missile report." testing. fair, balanced and unafraid. >> president trump made it clear to kim jong un in "the story" guest hosted by hanoi that in order to have sanctions lifted, kim would my friend harris faulkner starts right now. have to give up all of his weapons of mass destruction, >> harris: thanks a lot. nuclear, chemical and good to he so you. >> bret: top of the morning or evening whatever it is. biological. north korean officials today accused the united states of behaving like a gangster and >> harris: whatever it is. said that kim jong un is in the first veto of the trump no mood to compromise. presidency setting up what people are calling a battle bret? >> bret: more on all of this royale between the president with the panel. john, thanks. and congress. the head of the senate democrats already taking steps to make an end run judiciary committee is around the president and the demanding answers tonight about what he described as, latest twist in the fight quote: what amounts to a over border security. coup against the president in prime time i'm harris by top justice department faulkner in for martha officials. mccallum and this is "the story." ♪ chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge has details >> harris: the president tonight. good evening, catherine. exercising his
>> thank you, bret and good constitutional right, evening. the letter to attorney rejecting a resolution to general william barr seeks overturn his national all records including the emergency declaration on the so-called mccabe memos southern border saying his drafted by the former acting fbi director. the republican chairman of the senate judiciary duty as commander-in-chief is protecting the safety of committee lindsey graham said he is formally the american people. investigating allegations >> yesterday the congress that andrew mccabe, deputy passed a dangerous attorney general rod resolution that if signed rosenstein among others into law would put countless discussed secretly recording americans in danger, rarely the president and invoking have we had such a the 25th amendment. quote: the committee is deeply concerned with these discussions and whether they essentially indicate the two of the highest ranking law enforcement officials nut united states were disgusting what amounts to a coup against the president. also today, unsealed records from a defamation case show how the anti-trump dossier was circulated before and after the 2016 election. the court records confirm that david kramer then an aid to the late senator john mccain gave the dossier to beefebuzzfeed wells a dozen reporters. he was singled out by christopher steele to lay credibility to the research.
the project was run by glenn simpson's fusion gps. quote i think they felt the senior republican was better to be the recipient of this rather than a democrat because if it were a democrat, the view was that it would have been dismissed as a political attack. the fbi's former counter-terrorism intelligence chief bill priestap also filed a declaration confirming the fbi got the dossier first 33 pages from mccain in december 2016. the fbi was already receiving the memos from other sources. prestep also confirmed president obama was briefed on the unverified dossier by senior intelligence officials including then dni james clapper 10 days before the inauguration, bret. >> bret: thank you. >> you are welcome. >> bret: one of the pilots that crashed sunday reportedly requested permission to return to the airport shortly after takeoff. the "new york times" writes thought pilot spoke in a panicky voice. the airline says analysis of the flight recorders has begun in france. authorities are saying it's
unclear whether all of the data can be retrieved because of possible damage boeing 737 max 8 and another that went down four months ago near indonesia -- republicans in the senate are hoping to put democrat brethren in a tough spot over the green new deal. they want to get democrats on the record about the highly controversial inenvironmental manifesto. meanwhile young people are demanding action on climate change that some view as an existential threat to their futures. correspondent peter doocy shows us tonight. [chanting] >> today students worried about global warming staged a global protest. ♪ chanting] now mitch mcconnell is teeing up a procedural vote in the senate for green new deal. democrats running for president will have a chance to vote yes in support of it
alexandria ocasio-cortez smells a stunt. >> i look forward to us having a real vote [inaudible] >> before a vote in the house, the g.o.p. is hoping for hearings. >> only through the scrutiny of the legislative process with the american people get a true sense of how these proposals and sound bites translate into actual policy. >> and republicans aren't the only ones concerned. union members from the afl-cio wrote to aoc to say we will not accept proposals that could cause immediate harm to millions of our members and their families. but the congresswoman says union workers' concerns are misplaced. >> there is so much work to do in transitioning to 100 percent renewable energy and we have to do that work with union labor. we have to do that work with -- by reinvigorating our entire workforce. >> one thing ocasio-cortez isn't ready to say of which the 2020 democrats running on the green new deal has her vote. >> ask what you think about the 2020 democrats who are
talking about the green new deal? >> i'm sorry. >> everybody gets asked about the green new deal. >> yeah, i mean, it's a winning issue. >> mitch mcconnell thinks it's a winning issue, too. for republicans. that's why he called a vote for green new deal he doesn't support. instead, he wants presidential candidates on the record voting for this measure that is expected to fall way short of passage. bret? >> bret: peter, thank you. secretary of state mike pompeo says the u.s. is restricting visas for personnel working for the international criminal court. investigating american military activities in afghanistan as possible war crimes. pompeo says the u.s. will take additional steps, if necessary. director at human rights watch calls the announcement a thuggish attempt to penalize investigators at that court. american diplomats just back from venezuela are meeting with secretary pompeo today. meanwhile special envoy elliott abrams says venezuela's oil exports have been dropping steadily by
roughly 50,000 barrels per month. he says production is likely to dip below a million barrels a day within one or two months. we are learning new details tonight about what happened to trigger air raid sirens thursday in tel aviv and then the response to it. correspondent trey yingst fills us in from our middle east newsroom. >> two rocks fired from the hamas gaza strip towards tel aviv were likely launched by mistake. despite that assessment by the idf, israel struck 100 different targets in gaza. as israeli airstrikes pounded hamas positions, militants began firing more rockets towards southern israel. israel's missile defense system the iron dome intercepted most of the launches. and by the time the sun rose in the middle east this round of violence appeared to have finished. palestinians have rallied on the border between israel and gaza for nearly a year demanding access to fuel, electricity, and clean water. as part of current
cease-fire understandings, today was the first friday in 51 weeks that no demonstrations took place along the border hamas says it is prepared to fight after this round of violence if conflict breaks out again. >> our people will continue their struggle despite this aggression to break the [inaudible] >> on the israeli side, the past 24 hours of escalation turned into a political debate on how to deal with the violence from gaza benjamin netanyahu has been criticized by members of his own cabinet who called his response overnight quote pathetic. his opponent in the upcoming israeli electrics and his former chief of staff should should not ever allow rockets to be from gaza. >> we cannot accept any violation in our security regardless of whether it's in the gaza strip. >> whoever is israel's next prime minister will likely face more rocket fire from gaza. but now with palestinian
factions there receiving military support from countries like iran, the next war in gaza could be the bloodiest yet. bret? >> bret: trey yingst in jerusalem. thanks. up next, what is behind the media's fast sip nation behind beto o'rourke. we will bring you there first, here is some of our fox affiliates around the country are covering tonight. fox 2 in detroit with confirmation two tornadoes touched down between it you flint and lancing thursday evening. state police say roughly 70 homes and businesses were damaged. fortunately no injuries were immediately reported. fox 92349 twin cities as a union pacific train derails in southern minnesota spilling diesel fuel and sparking a fire there a railroad spokeswoman says one locate mowive and 12 cars came off the tracks shortly before 5:00 a.m. two crew members were taken to the hospital as a precaution. and this is a live look at san francisco from our affiliate fox 2. the golden gate bridge there one of the big stories tonight another horse has
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♪ >> bret: a jury in california has ruled apple must pay mobile phone ship maker qualcomm $31 million for infringing on three of its pat tent. qualcomm says apple used its proprietary information to get better battery life for its phones. part of a series of lawsuits around the world between those two countries. stocks end the week in positive territory the dow gained 139 today. the s&p 500 finished up 14 and the nasdaq 57. the s&p 500 was up almost 3. the nasdaq gained 23 and three quarters. the newest entry into the democratic presidential race is focusing on the midwest this weekend. beto owe rosenbacher is in iowa today. tomorrow he will be in wisconsin and sunday he will be in wisconsin texas
congressman has become a media sensation. tonight host of media buzz howard kurtz shows us how and why. >> i'm running to serve you as president of the united states of america. >> beto o'rourke is the only presidential candidate to have timed his launch to a vanity fair cover. an upbeat piece in which he talks about the near mystical experience of giving a speech powered by some outside force. but the real force on his side is the media's beto mania led by those who even while he was losing to senator ted cruz were touting him as a white house contender. >> sat down with oprah and me and the rest of the people in the audience thought wow, this guy has this dynamic positive energy. >> i think that liveliness that physicality that out doorsiness seems to work with people. >> conservative hosts also love talking about o'rourke in a mocking way. >> jesse: he has charisma with the kids. the media likes him because they want to be him. >> former congressman robert francis bozo o'rourke. that's what i call him is
flailing his way into the race this week. >> but he has some detractors on the left with slight declaring beto was missing one important thing an actual reason to run. o'rourke wraps his answers in eloquent vagueness. declining to take a stance on the green new deal or medicare for all and says impeaching president trump is up to congress. >> three-term congressman. no real legislation in his own name. why shouldn't voters be concerned about voting for you with your lack of experience? >> i'm grateful that ultimately it's up to voters and they have a chance to meet with me. >> there is no question o'rourke has political charm and a proven ability to raise money. but the media swoon could fade if he doesn't offer a policy agenda or is that less important in the personality driven trump era? bret? >> bret: we shall see howie, thanks. new jersey senator corker is cory booker is along way from se
nomination. one thing the gender about a perspective running mate. >> i am very confident that this election we will make history because no matter what, i'm looking you in the eye and saying this, there will be a woman on the ticket. i don't know if it's the vice president's position or the president's position. [cheers] >> but if i have my way, there will be a woman on the ticket. >> bret: the latest real clear politics of polls has booker in fifth place with a little less than 6%. up next, the future of nato and the threat from russia. i will talk with the president of estonia. first, beyond our borders tonight. 20 people are confirmed dead in a school building that collapsed in nigeria wednesday. most of them were children. 43 other people were rescued. officials say the three story residential building had been marked for demolition and that the school was operating illegally on the top two floors. british prime minister theresa may is trying her rescue, trying to rescue her european union divorce deal.
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>> bret: yes it is complicated and also dangerous in your neighborhood. there is a threat from russia especially to your country and others. the potential that russia could maybe even try what it did in crimea with ukraine. how much are you worried about that? >> well, first of all, that is important distinction, of course, between the eastern european countries who are not nato members and nato as you well know has 100 percent track record in protecting its allies. and i don't think it is right to say that we are facing particular risks and tensions in the baltic states and in he is tone i can't. if you -- estonia. in the middle of a territory very far from russian territory which demonstrates to us that we cannot separate the security of one country from the security of the alliance. >> bret: we put this map up
because this one town is right along the border and a lot of people there speak russian. it's been the focus of a number of articles about whether russia potentially goes in and creates what nato feels a narva article five of the nato charter would have to be implemented. it's only been implemented once to support after 9/11 here in the u.s. are you worried at all that the u.s. would not step up and meet that article 5 responsibility. >> no, i'm not worried. indeed have important russian speaking minority. 30 years ago we were already worried into the free world because the country they were living in was a tyranny. and nowadays actually have defend russian minority because people think simply because your great grandfather lived in russia and you like to make -- you speak russian to your
grandmother means you think like president putin. but this is not absolutely true. this is very unfair to treat this way our russian speaking people. >> bret: i know congress here has voted numerous times to say the u.s. is committed to nato and all elements of it have you gotten that commitment from president trump? from administration officials that they are 100 percent in no matter what. >> may i remind you when we visited the white house, the baltic states last year what did president trump tell us? >> the baltic republicans can trust the united states will remain a strong, proud and loyal friend and ally. >> may i add that i'm very grateful. every h estoniaen occupied didn't let us down. knew that the united states of america and other free countries flew our flag blue, black and white is visible and being seen against our occupation. believe me, this was
extremely important and this way u.s.a. is standing behind us and beside us and together with us in our free world nowadays. but now we are protecting each other as equal partners, absolutely i have received assurance also assurance that nato does matter. trans-atlantic relations do matter because we have only one free world threatened by nuclear threat not only russia other actors globally. estonia very mindful about other risks. afghanistan and iraq still are. >> bret: last thing madam president and that is the issue of trade. >> we are going to tariff a lot of their products coming in the european union treats us very, very unfairly. >> bret: it could get tense between the u.s. and european union when it comes to tariffs and what lies ahead. what's your perception of that with these negotiations continue? >> i am from a smaller
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>> it is clear that this is one of new zealand's darkest days. clearly what has happened here is an extraordinary and unprecedented act of violence. >> earlier today i spoke with prime minister of new zealand to express the sorrow of our entire nation following the monstrous terror attacks at two mosques. these sacred places of worship were turned into scenes of evil killing. i told the prime minister that the united states is with them all the way. 100 percent, whatever they need. we will be there. >> bret: these 4 people killed as a heavily armed man who live streamed the event went into two different mosques, killing people as you heard. the president condemning that violence. he was asked after this news conference after this event in the oval office whether he thought white nationalism
was on the rise around the world. >> i think it's a small group of people that have very, very serious problems. i guess if you look at what happened in new zealand, perhaps that's the case. i don't know enough about it yet. they are just learning about the person. andri thestian runnincolleague t terrorists he covers for them. this isn't normal or acceptable. we have to be better than. this start with the panel. bring in our panel mark tee san. mollie hemingway senior editor at "the federalist" and josh. mark? >> there seems to be any time there is an incident like this. there seems to be a reflex on the left to one blame donald trump and two blame guns. these are the same people who said a few years ago it was absolutely outrageous to suggest when a member of the resistance bernie sanders volunteer tried to assassinate steve scalise on a baseball field we would
even raise the rhetoric that responsible. they immediately jump at blaming donald trump for this. it's not donald trump's fault that this happened. it's not even guns. if you want to find someone to blame. social media is a good place to start. social media is not guns. social media is the accelerant that allows these things to happen. he live streamed it on facebook. he then reposted it on youtube there was a discussion on red it where they are spreading his ideology. he posted on posted his 74 page manifesto and announced it in advance on chant. they are using social media not just to publicize activities but also to link up. this is how it used to be extremists were sitting in a basement somewhere and they couldn't communicate with anybody. now these extremists can go on social media and communicate with each other and spread their hateful ideology and push people into this violent frenzy that we saw unleashed in new zealand. >> josh, administration officials and the president
condemning this attack offering support to new zealand and yet this kind of comes all together today. >> yeah, bret. it would be a welcomed gesture for president trump not just to respond in the oval office but to give a speech condemning anti-muslim bigotry and really giving a real message from the white house to the rest of the world that this type of rhetoric that inspired this white supremacist killer is absolutely unacceptable. i think's mark point is really important. >> the globalization of hate, the fact that someone's crazy views can spread at warped speed across the internet. a lot of responsibility on facebook, twitter and these social media platforms. according to the reporting, the facebook didn't know about the social media posts that showed this crime, this killing. they had to be informed by the new zealand police. this is the -- these are the leading companies of the world they are slow at the uptick to figure out to to police this type of rhetoric. >> bret: mollie. >> sadly as we get more information on mass
shootings we learn more how they occur and spread. much research indicates there are certain things you should do if you don't want it to spread further. you shouldn't highlight who the person who has committed the act of terror is you should highlight the victims. in this case there are 49 people gunned down in their house of worship for being muslim. and that's something that you should focus on. you also shouldn't take the manifesto that might be written and fuel it or publish it or share it with people. and unfortunately but i do think there has been an aspect of a lot of media coverage taken what the manifesto said. it said it wanted to pro-vehicle race hatred it wanted to provoke people in the fighting about particular things particularly in the united states. mentioned certain people in order to fuel that kind of discussion. responsible media outlets should make sure that they're careful about how they talk about it so that these acts of hatred don't further spread and to that extend sometimes, you know, down playing the significance of what the hater believed can be helpful and just focusing people on loving one another
and not letting these acts of evil overcome. >> bret: all right. let's turn to north korea. news here. this is from the associated press. on our way back. this is from the vice foreign minister. on our way back to the homeland. our chairman of state affairs commission said for what reason do we have to make this train trip again? i want to make it clear that the gangster-like stand of the u.s. will eventually put the situation in danger. we have neither the intention to compromise with the u.s. in any form nor much less the desire or plan to conduct this kind of negotiation. what is clear is that the u.s. has thrown away a golden opportunity this time. this time we understood very clearly that the united states has a very different calculation to ours. here's the national security advisor and the secretary of state. >> i think that's inaccurate. but the president is our decisionmaker. >> wrong about that. and i was there. my relationship with kim young joel is professional.
detailed conversations. i expect we will continue that in hanoi on multiple occasions. he spoke directly to the president and made a commitment that he would not resume nuclear testing nor we resume missile testing. so, that's chairman kim's word. we have every expectation he will live up to that commitment. >> bret: i don't know if everybody does, mark. >> they use that same term gangster like mindset last summer to describe morp when he showed up in pyongyang and no we are not lifting sanctions until you denuclearize. this is a repeat they thought maybe they would have better luck with donald trump and they were wrong. this is a sign what donald trums doing is working. is he will to talk. is he willing to even give kim the prestige of the summit and visibility and respect that goes with that. be pen pals with him and write mash notes back and forth with the guy. is he not going to lift sanctions on him until they denuclearize and this is very frustrating to kim because their playbook that he got from his father is we blow up a useless nuclear
facility and then you give us billions of dollars. trump is not playing the game. they are very frustrated they thought these love letters going back and forth that means we will be able to go to playbook number one and it's not working. >> bret: next up, the friday light ning round. the president's first veto, beto mania plus winners and losers. ♪ the latest innovation from xfinity
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♪ >> yesterday congress passed a dangerous resolution that if signed into law would put countless americans in danger, very grave danger. therefore, to defend the safety and security of all americans, i will be signing and issuing a formal veto. people hate the word invasion but that's what it is. it's an invasion of drugs and criminals. congress has the freedom to pass this resolution. and i have the duty to veto it. i believe the lou allows us to bring it up every six months and certainly we would intend to do it. >> bret: president trump vetoing this effort to scale back or say there is not a national emergency on the border. surrounded by sheriffs families who lost loved ones to illegal immigrants who crossed the border. also the attorney general spoke about how he said there t. was constitutional and he would fight it in
court? it comes to that. we are back with the panel. mollie. >> the biggest threat to the republic congress has creed all this authority to the executive branch letting these agencies and that branch of government pass laws essentially and enforce them and they have just let that happen. it's always a good thing when congress is trying to reavert its authority and they should do that here. in this case it was actually a much more tricky situation and you saw this in the way republicans divided on which way to vote. technically trump had the legal authority to do what he did. he was following the law. he was using appropriate united stated fund for authorized project. i think the constitutional argument might be with him. congress needs to keep fighting to reassert its authority and not just doing it when trump does something he doesn't like. they also need to care about the border so we don't have situations like this as well. >> bret: okay, turning to politics, beto mania. we have been covering it well, i mean, it's just gets so much air time, josh. it's -- we want to analyze the moment, analyze the
substance but there is not tremendous amount of substance about some of these answers. >> that's right. i am not bullish on beto. i think is he more of a celebrity fad candidate and he doesn't even win his senate race and you don't see losing congressional candidates typically jump to the presidential campaign. i think there is one bigger obstacle which he faces which is the primary calendar. iowa and new hampshire are older states that don't necessarily appeal to beto's strength of younger white voters in the democratic party. he struggles with african-american voters. is he going to have a real challenge running up against kamala harris and joe biden potentially in south carolina. i don't even see his path in the early states. >> bret: mark. >> this is the ultimate expression of the participation trophy culture on the left. he didn't even win a senate race. at least barack obama won a senate race before he immediately announced for president. people thought that was ridiculous. he hadn't even done anything in the senate here the guy lost. he got a participation trophy in the senate race and he thinks is he qualified to run for president of the united
states. >> bret: we shall see. all right. winners and losers. winner first marc? >?mike pompeo is my winner. international criminal court who want to come here to investigate us for war crimes in afghanistan. the international criminal court is a sham u.n. court that we never joined. never signed. never ratified and they presume to sit in judgment and have the power to try and convictosed brett